In Arizona Fall League action tonight, Scottsdale won 8-2 over Mesa. Despite the win, Scottsdale was already eliminated from the playoff race earlier in the day when first place Salt River won their game.
Adalberto Santos was the only Pirates player in the starting lineup tonight. He batted sixth and played second base. Santos went 1-for-3 with a double, walk and two runs scored. His average now sits at .299 after 77 AB's. The double was his seventh of the AFL season. Santos had a rough third inning in the field. He turned double plays in each of the first two innings, then fielded the first out of the third inning cleanly. He then booted the next two groundballs hit to him in the third, although Scottsdale was able to get out of the inning without giving up a run.
Tyler Waldron came...
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